Coronado Studios is named for artist and owner Sam Coronado, who showcases Hispanic and Native American works of art, as well as his own work in it's premises. The comfortable atmosphere makes this an ideal gallery for lingering and viewing the many works for sale. Coronado has been featured on Art Journeys-a PBS series. He is also involved in the Serie Print Project, offering artists a forum for communicating ideas while producing artwork. This program is dedicated to supporting Latino art in the community.
Just east of Austin, this park boasts some of the most popular activities for the outdoor enthusiast, including boating and fishing. Spend an afternoon taking leisurely hikes while enjoying this Audubon sanctuary. Bank and boat fishing are available along with open space, picnic areas, tables, grills and restrooms.
This nationally recognized 18-hole course offers a pro shop and complete practice facilities. Those facilities include a full driving range a wedge area, a chipping area and a putting green. Professional golfers Jeff Wilson, Karl Hartman and Kevin Taylor are on staff here and offer their wealth of knowledge. Tee times are taken five days in advance for weekdays, and on Thursday beginning at 7am for the weekend. The golf course is open 6:45 am onwards everyday.
1601 Navasota Street Austin, TX 78702 +1 512 478 7152
These beautiful grounds are the tranquil resting-place for over 23,000 people, including Governor James Hogg and his daughter Ima. The architect who designed the Governor's mansion, Abner Cook, rests here along with the first person who was ever buried in this cemetery in 1839; when Texas was still called the Republic of Texas. This is Austin's oldest cemetery and despite its location (near the Interstate), it is surprisingly peaceful. With beautiful trees and old iron adornments this is a unique place to take a walk.
909 Navasota Street Austin, TX 78702 +1 512 463 0605
This 18-acre cemetery is the final resting place of some of Austin's most famous military and public figures, including Stephen F. Austin, Barbara Jordan and nearly 2200 veterans of the Confederate Army. It was restored in 1997 with a Visitor Center addition and is a very tranquil place to be. Visitors may call ahead to arrange for guided tours, or take a private tour with help from the Visitor Center's information packets. Admission is free.
From 1843 to 1912 this cabin was home to Henry Green Madison. After caring for eight children with his wife Louise in this cabin, they finally built a larger home in 1886. The Madisons built this new frame house around the structure of the old cabin and it was not again seen until a construction crew uncovered it in 1968. The cabin currently resides in Rosewood Park after its donation to the City of Austin by Ninabelle Wooten.
Located on the Springdale Road in Austin, a wonderful potpourri of artistic and cultural events take place at the Wardenclyffe Gallery. These events include concerts and visual art exhibits by local and touring artists, film screenings, drama acts and other experimental works in the field of art. By hosting these events, the gallery aims to support the upcoming artists in various fields. And in the middle of these events, the gallery allows its premises to be rented for various workshops, parties, and other private and corporate events from time to time.
1500 East 6th Street Austin, TX 78702 +1 512 589 1411
Located in East Austin, the Hotel Vegas is several different things rolled into one. As the name implies, it is a small hotel that features the option of month to month leases, along with other amenities like WiFi, laundry, and kitchens. In addition to the accommodations, the Hotel Vegas also boasts a "vintage lounge and dive bar," along with its outdoor live music performance space. The Hotel Vegas was updated and redone following a fire on the premises in 2009.
Nestled in a green valley just a short drive from the city center, the main feature of the Harvey Penick Golf Campus is a nine-hole course that spans 112 acres. The par-30 course is perfect for beginners and accomplished golfers alike, but for those who are just starting out, the campus also offers a driving range, practice greens, practice bunkers, and a short course with three holes. Classes are available for students of all ages. The facility is open from sunrise until sunset, and from 9am in the winter.
The Austin Museum of Art offers two distinct art experiences.
It serves as the museum's principle exhibition site and presents continually changing exhibitions and education programs that showcases a diverse array of twentieth century and contemporary art. These include ...
Located near the student area in Austin, The United States
Art Authority is an entertainment venue that plays host to not just art related events but the performing arts as well. CD Release Parties, Summer Series Concerts, fundraisers and ...
The brain child of Reji Thomas, Pine Street Station, exhibits
the works of several artists who mainly work with glass, wood carvings, stone and metal work. A space dedicated to showcasing upcoming artists, it is also a great venue ...